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>> it is 6:00 a.m.. >> we have a lot of fog outside and it is impacting your drive as will ensure flights. jackie sizzle is joining us with the latest. >> there are no delays yet but they do anticipate delays. you get a sense of
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how dense the fog is it was even denser as i drove a van. i spoke with the manager and he stated that he did anticipate delays to be here. they normally start about 6:00 a.m.. this is the developing story that if you are flying today you need to call your carrier. we will do another check as i get done here. >> they have not seen it this bed and a long time. >> i had to drive a lot more slowly through it visibility is now at 0. >> the delta and part of
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the east the visibility is not too bad. it is three tenths of a mile for now but. >> as we take a look at the day planner it is cold outside. as we head into afternoon believe it or not it will be mainly sunny skies. later on tonight it will be partly cloudy and clear skies. rain is on the way as would push into wednesday. >> despite the anticipation and drive time we are still not seen a lot of congestion. this is a live look from the island towards the eskers. you can barely make out the traffic. in the east you will find slow traffic and it is combined to interstate 580 which is
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pretty heavy. interstate 8680 it still look pretty good. we are still looking at light conditions for your ride through the south bay on to the peninsula. >> let's check dan to see whether not it has gotten worse or stay the same. >> it looks like it is pretty much the same. i have been on this island since 4:00 a.m.. it was pretty bed i could only seem like a cars that had made. you have to really be watching out because they're about to enter the tunnel and it kind of pins out. as soon as you get out of the tunnel you
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will hit big fall. if you have to drive a lot slower today. >> we are respecting the fog to lift about 9:00 a.m.. >> experts estimate that today will be the biggest on-line shopping day of the year for the third straight time thanks to cyber monday. the research firm, score estimates that americans will spend $1.5 billion today, up to 20% from last year. amazon stock, which started cyber monday it deals at monday, is offering as much as 60% of a panasonic cd that's usually over $1,000. 16 percent more than last year. >> pg&e says the source of
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the carbon monoxide is sent 14 people in san francisco to the hospital has not been found. at around 7:00 last night, sampras's go firefighters responded to a carbon monoxide alarms going off at a home on the 1200 block of cortland avenue off bayshore. firefighters say the people inside complained of headaches and sore throats. but they so far have not been unable to find the source of the problem. >> it has been a daily holiday weekend on the rolls. there have been more fatal accidents and fewer d u i arrests across the state this thanksgiving. compared to class. the chp release preliminary thanks giving holiday statistics. chp says
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there has been 31 fatal car crashes statewide a share. if that is 10 more, compared to last year in five of the deadly collisions, six of the victims were from the bay area. >> 224 people have been arrested for d.u.i. is in the bay area so far, slightly lower than last year. statewide that number has gone down. >> vallejo police have arrested a 44 year-old father on suspicion of fatally shooting a teenager who fought with his son at a party. police say the 19 year-old son of randee damar williams called him after being in a fire with a 17 year-old richmond boy at a
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house party. according to police, williams then went to that house at 330 sunday morning and shot and killed the team. >> there are protest began at egypt's tahir square, where demonstrators brought down the government of former ruler hosni mubarak. the new battle is between supporters and opponents of president mohammed morsi. he's given himself near absolute temporary powers he says are needed to battle enemies of the nation. >> the cease-fire is
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holding between taos and israel. and the two sides are meeting with egyptian officials today. they will be discussing possibly opening border crossings at easing israel's economic blockage of gaza. >>
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>> welcome back to kron 4 morning news we are watching wall street. the
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dow surged up to 1073 points on friday. but dow futures are down 40 ahead of opening bell. early thanksgiving hours for resellers and early deals on-line lead to a big increase in shopping over the four day holiday weekend. an estimated 139 million adults visit stores and web sites. and on the day congress returns from their holiday white house economist released a report today saying that if lawmakers don't deal with the fiscal health that consumers might curtail their shopping or the holiday season. this new report says that if taxes go up at the end of the year for middle and condemincome tax. it would reduce consumer spending by nearly 2 $1 billion next year.
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>> a new national poll suggests that americans understand that the physical cliff is no joking matter. two-thirds of people questioned and a c n f o r c poll says that the u.s. would face a crisis or major problems of the country when off the fiscal clifford the end of the year. >> beauty giant l oreal is buying the edgy privately owned make the brent urban decay. the deal, estimated to be about $300 million, will millionl oreal another entry into the fast-growing area of special is brest, which is says represents 44% area of special is brest, which is saylook at you guys with your fancy-schmancy u-verse high speed internet. you know, in my day you couldn't just start streaming six ways to sunday. you'd get knocked off.
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>> it is 6:15 a.m.. >> we're taking a live look at conditions. take a look at the visibility chart. hazardous driving conditions on 1 01 approach in the golden gate bridge. it is not only in the north bay it is still 3 mi. and to
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hayward. we do see pretense of a mile for oakland and you should be extra cautious for highway 580. this is really limited for the coastline and highway 1 01 through half moon bay. >> you concede that dense fog is pretty much everywhere. as we advance the clock later on this afternoon we will actually see some clearing. you can expect mainly sunny skies along the waterfront and it will be a cold one as well. >> it is now 39 degrees in santa rosa. it will be low 40's for fairfield. into the afternoon temperatures will be in the upper 50s and low 60's. 56 degrees here in the city and livermore climb to 64 degrees and 61 for fremont. satellite radar
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shows a there will be a lot cloud cover coming our way. a widespread area would drop down from the pacific and that will arrive to the overnight hours tuesday and wednesday. when you wake up wednesday morning it will be widespread rain and it will be relatively heavy at times. you may also experience gusty winds. >> your kron 47 day around the bay shows often on showers for each day. we will still see steady rain as we head into saturday and sunday. >> the fault this morning was responsible for a lot of dense fog advisory periods it was responsible for early activation of the metering lights. they have been on for 15 to 20 minutes now. for the san mateo bridge there was a report of a stalled their toll plaza and we cannot see if it is
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backing things up here pass the toll plaza periods the back up maybe before the camera. we can barely make out the tail lights that are coming in from the toll plaza. the golden gate bridge for the southbound ride--as we look at the map there is an update of dry times. it is getting a little heavier than usual on 880 westbound. there is a 60 minute drive time. it is two minutes higher than normal. so, out of vallejo visibility is down to 100 ft.. your drive time through alternate pass way 35 minutes from the 2 05 interchange. no. 1 01 out of the cairo valley still looks good and there is an accident on the guadalupe
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parkway. it is not yet backing up your ride. >> a big week with the u.s. supreme court. they will become betting behind closed doors this friday. the justices will decide whether not to weigh in on same-sex marriage with several cases in front of them. the high court could decide whether to roll once and for all california's proposition 8, the 2008 boater prove ban on same-sex marriage. and it could choose to hear up to eight other cases that challenged the 1996 federal defense of the merritt jack. depend on how far the court goes, it could end of legalizing gay marriage a nationwide, bending it nationwide, or not hearing any of the cases and letting the state by state decisions continue. >> it was a deadly holiday
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weekend in oakland. were four people have been shot and killed since friday. the latest incident happened at about 60 yesterday morning in east oakland. police said two women were shot and killed near a minna and brookdale avenues. saturday and 80 year-old mother and a 19 year-old man were shot and killed. no arrests have been made at any of the incidents. these students have pushed the number of homicides in oakland this year to 150. >> chp officers are still looking for the driver who hit and killed one on highway 1 01 near the san francisco airport saturday night. according to the san mateo county coroner's
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office the woman was walking on the freeway near oyster point boulevard at about a third when she was struck. several other cars also hit her. as she died at the scene. investigators say they do not know what laid the first driver was in office there were born. >> a minnow park man is recovering from injuries after being shot in east palo alto last night. officers responding to a shooting in the 2200 block of madison avenue at about a 15. that's where they fought a 49 year-old man suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. police believe that the man was approached by one or more suspects and shot while sitting in his parked vehicle. no arrests have been made in this case. >> we will be right back where all of the new news and we will have more of
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this on the fall.og. we will be right be >>
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>> it is 6:24 a.m.. >> authorities in florida who investigated the cayley and the deaths say they overlooked a google surge in the case. orange county
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sheriff's deputies say their computer investigator missed a 2000 a search for foolproof suffocation met this. it is not known who did the search. only that it was done on a browser primarily used by the little girl's mother. casey added. she was acquitted of her daughter's murder lacher. >> a former hedge fund portfolio manager charged in one of history's biggest insider-trading cases is set to appear in in new york federal court today. according to the man had used as attorney's office, matthew martroma das secret, advance results from tests of an alzheimer's disease drug. prosecutors say martoma use the information to make more than two and 76 million for various funds. they say it
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may be the most lucrative u.s. trading scheme ever. >> human error is partly to blame for fridays' natural gas explosion and a massachusetts that level a strip club. and damaged more than three dozen surrounding buildings. the state's fire marshal says a worker from the columbia gas co. accidentally punctured a high-pressure pipe with a metal probe while looking for the source of the gas leak. fortunately much of the surrounding area had already been evacuated. >> we will take a break is 625 we will have more news ahead. here is a live look outside for the fog. this fog will slow your morning commute. will also follow wall street with the opening
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>> welcome back we had a short training rica on friday. the market surge. the dow opened up at 13,000. it looks like both of these will fall below the marks today. s&p is down by five. the dow futures are down by 40 points. the floor of the stock exchange. will be seen the numbers and will have more on the markets with rob black coming up at 6:45 a.m.. >> one of our other big stories that we are following is the weather. take a look outside. this is a live picture. this was
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shot at a international airport by the control tower. we see images and these usually mean big delays for airports. >> they are anticipating big delays as the morning goes on. he stated that they're on the slow program right now and they expect to see --this means that we can see delays anywhere from about and hour to 2 1/2 hours. if you are born to be flying any time soon this morning the best thing for you is the card carrier to call your c >> they still need to have some type of visual. >> we're watching all the
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airports and they usually have problems with fall because their runways run close together. >> we're also watching the visibility on the rolls. >> this fall has gotten worse. it is more widespread and not only is it in the north bay it is also and the inland areas. visibility is down to zero. have moon bay you need to take more time. redwood city is also down to zero. it really is not too bad you can see up to at least 4 mi.. the good news is that we will see partial clearing between the eight and 9:00 hours. in terms of your temperatures we have the upper 30 is for the north bay. it is 41 right now in concord and as we take a look at the headlines was see mainly sunny skies
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for this afternoon. we do have wet weather that begins on wednesday the early morning hours. we will see multiple storms lined up each and every day. we will have full details coming up. >> through downtown san francisco the traffic looks good but as you can see the visibility is very much impaired. a quick commute check shows you that it is very foggy. he is lord the usual traffic on the freeways. interstate 880 is already starting to bog down. we are seeing slowing on 680. the south bay freeway is not impacted but they are doing very well. it is foggy to the san mateo highway interstate 280 and the peninsula is still have a pretty good ride. the
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north bay is very foggy 437 highway 1 01. >> i was able to see along the stretch of best curve. i was able to see but not anymore. if you can barely see the that are entering into the tunnel. as i mentioned before you could only see the allies because when you go on the tunnel the fault tens to thin out. but as soon as you get from under the tonnages hit the fog once again. i also have to mention that it is very cold outside. when i stood outside it actually feels like i'm in a refrigerator. you definitely would like to bundle up. >> at 6:33 a.m.. a san jose
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man wanted for a gang- related homicide was arrested in the middle of black friday shopping. 18 your role of jake up ha ro was taken into custody on friday while he was at a wal-mart on conference plaza in morgan hill. a santa clara probation officer recognized him in the middle of the crawls from a flier and called the police. he had an outstanding arrest warrant for the murder of a 16 year-old back on may 26th. >> two children were killed when a car collided with a minivan. chp said the wreck occurred when a toyota pre s cross the center line near placerville. striking a toyota minivan. up 473 people in the pre is were killed. they were identified as 38 your old sheng kun su,
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39 year-old shu zhen zhao, and eight year-old sean su all from oakland. another child and the car was hospitalized. >> this plan was on the brink of collapse same wednesday axe's suckers to serve as low in come residence. settled serves many low-income residents. >> temperatures in new york city are dipping into the freezing mark at night, a real concern for those storm victims who are still without power. they are relied on a tense, portable
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heaters and blankets to keep warm. volunteers are serving hot food and giving all supplies to storm victims. one of those volunteers had his apartment flooded in the october hurricane and is still without heat. >> there is no way to an escape the cold thousands of customers are still without electricity in new york and new jersey. the utility crews that there tried to get the power 01 as soon as possible. >> new affirmation on the war in afghanistan. obama administration officials say the they want to keep around 10,000 u.s. troops in afghanistan when the form of combat role is in 2014. there's a the midpoint what general john alan recommended. he propose maintaining 6000 to 15 dozen u.s. troops to conduct
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training and counter- terrorism efforts. but the information suggests that the u.s. plans to keep all fours in afghanistan for years to come. >> coming up on kron 4 news will have more on the traffic and weather.
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welcome back the time is 6 to 39. it is cyber monday and bargains are heating up. they're trying to help jump- start the holiday season. is estimated this cyber monday it will be the biggest on- line shopping day of the year. this will be for the third year in a row. spending can be up to about 20% from leisure. we were curious to see how many of you skip the lives of black friday and is still waiting for today's on-line bills.
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here's what some of you said on the kron4 facebook page. >> i prefer to shop online because i could have everything delivered. i would not have to pay a lot of shipping and handling. i decided not to waste my time in line because i found better deals on cyber monday. >> amazons started yesterday and i got some really good deals. >> join the conversation at facebook dot com/kron 4. >> following the latest with the whether we will give you a live look at the fog. if you have not noticed it is foggy unless you happen to be in the east bay. frere one else you are saying quite a bit of fall. can you guess where this shot is coming from? whatever you
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>> it is 6:45 a.m.. >> airport officials at sf o said the number of travelers that pass through the airport sunday has exceeded the number of travelers in previous years. there were long lines at the airport yesterday as people headed home fall on the long thanksgiving holiday weekend. travelers we spoke to say they knew to expect delays. airport officials estimate that 1.2 million travelers flew in and out of sfo peralta holiday weekend. with 130,000 just yesterday alone. >> because of the dense fog advisory the number of chp advisories have been extended almost to the 9:00 a.m. hour. the san mateo
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bridge is say the same conditions. as you head out from the toll plaza. the visibility has improved quite a bit. the volume is also increasing. it is not so on the ride on the bridge. the drive time is still not that bad. for the east bay freeway it started to climb but they have leveled off to about 18 to 21 minutes. the san mateo drive still looks good. southbound freeways are starting to pick up and as a little slowing on 1 01. the north bay ride picks up a little bit of slowing. the drive time is still under 25 minutes. petaluma traffic is
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still fog is in very heavy this morning. >> we are back to work and back to the fall. you cannot see much and the visibility is down to zero. this is just a test of democracy all right around the san francisco airport. the dense advisory is stretching down to the sampras's go bay. this will expire about 9:00 a.m. or later on this morning. all this fall is impacting the bay area and we will see partial clearing at about 9:00 a.m.. >> it is pretty cold outside it is 39 degrees in san mateo and as we take a look at afternoon high it looks like everyone will be in the sixties or sixties. castro valley and danville are coming at 64 degrees and
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we will turn our attention to the north bay. it just depends on whether not the fault will lift. petaluma could be is 59 degrees and your kron 47 day around the bay for care shows that rain will lot rides by wednesday morning and it may be a potential mass the commute. there are multiple storms as we wrap up the work week and hence of the weekend. you should certainly keep your umbrellas handy. we may see 15 in. of rain for some of the areas by sunday. >> we are watching wall street. joining us now to talk about the market's is rob black. the buying frenzy that is black friday boosted stocks, now will see whether the rally can carry over to sever monday. zero
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hundred 38 million americans shot over the weekend. it was 247 million shoppers. sometime the statistics can be very confusing various the retelling numbers were just running. 30% more shopping pitcher the leisure. that average holiday shoppers spent--this is an economy that we love to shop. on top of this when you look at black friday i do not dance at weddings or parades but everyone seems to have fun on black friday. >> give people credit because they're going out to shop and this is what you know that the economy is not that bad. >> we are spending money on things and this is proud of the bigger drives. >> when you look at all the
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spending that is born on. this cyber monday and this was about 67 years ago $1.5 billion are expected to be spent to that. billionaire warren buffett wants the so- called buffett rule if to have more teeth. this helps the bay area. amazon is going good and they are having to pay income tax. can we deliver more than four days and will give your familiar to. if companies are starting to see a little bit of a grind. watching was born on with the fiscal cliff he is calling from some really big high-tech. his stated that 30 percent of people and those making more than that
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>> keep the mind that warm the fed wants lower tax brackets and he thinks the prop. 13 best guess there's really no right answer to approe fiscal cliff. the markets are nearing afternoon i and as we approach this he thinks and others think that the markets could go higher. it will be very edge as in to see where we end up. upper-class and most of america. we have a lot of work ahead o >> i think we should compromise. we have not heard that word in washington for what. >> will be back with winners and losers. >> the executive director of is salvation army warehouse
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has been fired after still a donated items were found in another storage facility. a hundred calls a tourism boxfuls a full work an estimated $2 million were taken from the salvation army warehouse in toronto. police said there was enough food to fill up three tractor trailers. an investigation was launched after a whistle blower alerted authorities last august. >> the officials did locate ploys, personal products, as well as items that were donated to the salvation army. where dedicated to the investigation. we are doing everything possible to find who is responsible. >> this was inside job and the canadians are furious. >> it turns out to some of the confetti that was used in the macy's thanksgiving day parade was actually
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shredded police documents. people will pick up the confetti from police officers phone numbers, a bank account information, as social security numbers. some of the documents even contain informational undercover operations. another contained informational mitt romney's motorcade for his visit to hofstra university. macy's said that the confetti from was not derris and that they used a different type of confetti adding that many people make their own for the event that parade watchers tossed out building windows for the event. >> will take a break it is 6:53 a.m.. let's go back outside because the fog is our big story. the roof cam shows you where the usual
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the but you did not see it. the visibility is really bad in the north bay. do not forget that dr. phil has a new episode at o'clock a.m.. he will talk about alternate free. squatters moved into their home and it will not lead. will they be able to get rid of them? thank you for watching kron 4 news i am market endures some of the top stories that we are watching. there have been more fatal accidents and fewer d.u.i. i arrests that lacher. the chp is
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really saying numbers and there stating that 31 single crashes and 10 more leisure. in five of the collision six of the victims were from the bay area. to what and 24 people were arrested for d.u.i. so far and this is laura the leisure. a deadly holiday and oakland were four people were shot and killed. the latest incident happened about six. two women were shot and killed. saturday and 18 year-old mother was shot and killed and no arrests have been made. >> the shootings have brought the killing up to 115. >> the chp officers are still looking for the driver who hit and killed a woman on high 1 01. according to the police the woman was walking on the freeway at about a third when she was struck by several other cars as well. she was found dead
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on the scene. this stated that they do not know which line the first driver was in. >> a san jose man is wanted for a gain related death. he was taken into custody while he was shopping at wal-mart. the probation officer noticed a from a flier and called police. when they arrived he was arrested and he has an outstanding warrant for the death of its six senior role. >> these are just a few of the top stories thank you for watching. there are hundreds of ways people use lysol disinfectant spray. ben's mom uses it around the bathtub. it kills mold, and unlike clorox clean-up, it's approved to keep it from coming back for up to a week. share your lysol story, and see more, on facebook.
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